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Page Four HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Wednesday, September 3, 1948 CLASSIFIED Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication Number of One Three Six One Words Up to 15 16 to 20 . 21 to 25 . 26 to 30 . 31 to 35 . 86 to 40 . 41 to 45 . 40 to 50 Day Days Days Month .45 .60 .75 ,90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.DO 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only • All Want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone For Rent THREE ROOM UPSTAIRS FURN- ished apartment. Utilities paid. Phone C88. 7-3t TWO ROOM FURNISHED APART- rnent. with bath. Utilities paid. 712 East Diivsion. 7-3t Notice GRAVEL NOW BEFORE THE weather gets bad. Phone 1045-J. 0-3t BEGINNING OCTOBER 4TH. I • will conduct night classes in shorthand for a limited number of students. If interested please get in iatcly. touch with me Clarice aCnnon. immed 7-3t Taken Up RED MARE MULE WEIGHS about 800 pounds. George M. Moody, near Spring Hill. 8-3t Lost By Wertbrook Pegler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. Darkhorse of Conference By Hugh 8. Fullertbn. Jr. New York, Sept. 7 — The retrain' shown by the people of the southern tier under the deliberate goading of is a reproach to the rabble of the Henry Wallace the manners of cities up North. The southern people, contrary to By HAROLD V. RATLIFF Dallas. Sept. li --(/I 1 )—When football forecasters consider the Southwest Conference they look nt the schedule. The team that plays at home the most usually wins the championship. That's what the records show. . if such be the case this season, ; ,,' r , ( {•• the Rice Owls will take away the l ' ' bunting, because the blue the slanders of a small element of]of Jt.ss Necly play all three ot the envious inferiors in the city oC|other top-rated elevens in Houston. New York, are, day by clay, the j That means Texas. Texas Chris- Dolitest that we have. Their super- tian and defending champion :icial manners are pretty and al- " ' "" ' most fearsome as they mask an alacrity to fight for cause, and VACANT SEPTEMBER 15. 8 room house on Highway No. 4, Close in. R. N. Mousor, Phone 1212-J. 7-31 4 ROOM HOUSE CLOSE IN. Lights, water and pasture. Sec E. V. Juris. Phone 1101-J. 7-3t TWO ROOM UNFURNISHED apartment, one blork from High school. Phone 50:',-.!. -J-3t For Sale THOROUGHBRED POLAND CHI- na pigs, big type. Gordon H. Smart, 7 miles out. on Highway 29. . 1-Gt .LARGE WATERMELONS 75 TO 110 pounds. Corner Hope Furniture Corripany. E. H. Hubbard, Patmos, Route 1. = 7-Ot SEVEN-FOOT -CROSLEY SHEL- vador in good condition. Phone 586-J. 7-3t APARTMENT SIZE GAS RANGE, practically new. Phone J228-J. 8-3t NEW SCOOTER FROM DR. Pepper Truck. S5.00 reward for return to Hope Star Office, Lost between Fulton and Homan. 8-3t GREY DRESS, "BETWEEN 712 North Elrn street and U-Do Laundry. Call 107G-W. 8-3t .,.-.. - . , , • row. The Mustangs must not onlv their patience is seen to be ma-| plav Rico at Houston but Texas at jestic under dire provocation. (Austin and Arkansas. another The conduct of these -maligned i tough cookie—and rated with the 3Ut superior citizens in the pros- jleaders in some quarters—at Fayence of thc drooling mountebank iettevillc. Texas is a little better who howled for war but cowered'off than Southern Methodist, get- Reoi Estate tor Sale FIVE ROOM HOUSE ON EAST 15th street. $2.250.00 cash, balance $28.00 per month like rent. Will give possession. Floyd Por- terficld and Son. 8-3t POSSESSION THIS WEEK ON this attractive six room modern residence with attic fan and • floor furnace. Located on the corner of 10th and Walker at ,'<21 East 15th street. About 51,500 cash required balance on cosy monthly payments. 821 WEST 7TH — NICE FIVE room residence with attic fan, extra large corner lot. $5,500.00. LARGE SEVEN ROOM REST- Southern Methodist. New York, Sept. S — Wi —A big cigar and nil intent look decorated Ted Schroecler's rough-hewn face ns he sat in the marquee at Forest Hills and watched I-'rankio Parker making hash out of Australia's Adrian Quint in the final 19'Ul David Cup match Ted was frankly pux/led over America's easy victory. . . ."We knew good, hut we're not that I*.- murmured. "We were ,- . I Baying over our heads." . . legions : Schroeder refused to agree with the theory that Davis Cup competition ought to be abandoned fur a few years until a m-w of players develop:;. . . ,"\Ve were clou-ji for vji tor a good many yeai-s, but Southern Methodist has a hard'we didn't give up and we ;,;ot the cup back." he insisted. "This is a y.reat international contest and the only way we can develop young Ibn players is to have them play." '"" wi in Washington while sapling boys j ting Arkansas and Southern Meth- frorn the high-school campus iodist at Austin but having to meet were mangled overseas, was an [Texas Christian and honor to their civilization. In a comparable situation in the Bronx, the intruder would have been beaten to death but for the j Melhodbt played and bent Texas strong intervention of the New j and Rice at Dallas. The Method- York police. And they would have lists almost got tied for the cham- saved him only to suffer the big- jpionship because they had to tack- otry of some Pilate who would |le Texas Christian at Fort Worth have stretched an ear to the mob and T. C. II. battled S. M. U. to a outside and packed him off to prison for inciting riot. The fact that Wallace is a candidate for president should not be a shield. If a man shall run for president as an advocate of some vileness abhorrent to the moral and religious sense of a given community, the importance of the office will intensify the opposition. In his southern campaign, Bub- blehead ' treason through communism and i To The Point Schroeder's theory is that there was just one point between the lopsided challenge round a close Rice away iseries — maybe even an Austral- from the Longhorn corral. jiaii victory . . ."If Jack Bromwich The at-home advantage was Iliad been in there it would Ivive illustrated last year. Southern Most the doubles and he mi«ht have beaten me. Parker—.r,- both of its—in singles . . .B'-omwch was only one point away from winning at Wimbledon and if he had won there, the Australian association would have invited him to play (here. . . .So you can say Australia advantage! was just one point away from Owls lookimakmg it darned tough." " capable of holding their own with I . needs a . , It Had To Happen Most of Southern Loop Teams Idle Yesterday By The Associated Press The Mobile Bears won their third straight Southern Association victory last night, the first time they have enjoyed such a streak in 33 games. The victory was a G-0 shutout of the fading New Orleans Pelicans, ei-on i Tlle remainder o£ the league was were 'traveling yesterday and for once there was a cooling off period in the torrid Nashville-Memphis battle for first place. Tonight the entire league goes back to work but most attention .vill be focused on the Birmingham game in Memphis. The American Race Nils the Boiling Point By JOHN New York, GRIFFIN Sept. 8 (UP)- Chieks are in second place behind Nashville and winner of the their foe tonight past 14 out of 16 games. Meanwhile,- league leading Nashville plays New Orleans, Both Atlanta at Mobile at Chattanooga are doubleheaders. Manager Larry Gilbert of Nash- homi! against Little Rock and 19-19 deadlock. Not only has Rice in the schedule but the the a but re- the best of them. Rice fullback and three linemen, ^.. , „ Neely is pretty deep in line re- . Remember Herman Hickinan's placements 'talcs ot rinding those characters Southern Methodist is regarded l ln thc , Alleghenies who became as having the best backficlcl in the If' 1 ' 0 " 1 ta '-kles once he got them conference and possibly in has ignored the "issue of country. U does have some prob- through communism andi lerns m fashioning a line to equal i;/'-''• UlL U. ol Arizona publicity ville will be honored tonight celebration of his 25th year in association. in the Bafrfaers Take Lead Over Greenwood Greenwood, Miss., Sept. 8 The Hot Springs Bathers advocated outrageous violations of the constitutional rights of the denec cm coiner lot, paved street states and thrir citizens and extra lot for another iiou.se. I local sensibilities and custom. GARDEN IMPLEMENTS, 100 feet.. hose, wheelbarrow, lawnmower, Hoover vacuum cleaner, six tube radio, California redwood picnic table and benches, Phone 1107- J. 8-3t SEVEN FOOT ' COOLERATOR, used two months. Can be seen at M. G. Crane Store, seven miles south of Hope on Lewisville road. 8-6t BOYS 26 INCH BICYCLE. GOOD as new. Telephone 950-W. 8-3t SADDLE, BRIDLE AND PONY". 404 North Hervey street. 8-3t Would blocks make from nice duplex, three town. $6,500.00. the sturdy wall of 1947. with a football player America ~~ jby PEARS, IDEAL FOR preserving and canning. No. 1 grade $2.00 per bushel. Supply limited. Experiment Station. Phone l-F-2. 8-3t ONE 15 CATIPILLAR IDEAL FOR breaking, discing and any heavy -.work on farm. See P. D. Oiler, three miles out on Columbus 'ad. 8-3t (- — ; - : - — -- — - — - . .Wanted to Rent 'SE 2 OR 3 BEDROOMS TO Sigh School Coach Jack Hopkins. Phone 994-M. 7-3t Services Offered SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED. GET yours cleaned before bad weather begins. Phone 689, J. M. Athins. ' 26-1 mo SANDING AND ~l ; ONIsFfTNG floors. Householders wanting floors sanded or finished, call Vernon Osburn, phone 906-W. 2-3w LET FOY DO IT Level yards • Dlfl Post Holea "?low Gardens • Cut Vacant oto • Also custom work. (AMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 8. Walnut 8t BABY CHICKS W v e,will have a shipment of High Quality Baby Chicks Each Wednesday Beginning September 1st. HOPE FEED CO. "Your Nlutrena Feed Dealer" IF NONE OF THE ABOVE SUIT you buy a lot in Beverly Hills and build your Dream house. Lots reasonably priced. Any size you want. Some choice locations left. You only need 10 percent down. For quick action on your property call Foster-Ellis, 221. 108 East Second. 8-3t Major Bowes Left Fortune to Cathedral New York, Sept. 7 — W) — Maj. Edward J. Bowes, the imprcssario of the radio amateurs, left $2,727,255 to St. Patrick's Cathedral, a tax appraisal of his estate disclosed today. The bequest, comprising the residuary estate, was for "beautification" of the cathedral and for distribution by the church for charitable purposes. Bowes, who died Juno 13, 1946, left a gross estate of $3,041,112 and a net of $3,478,059. Baseball By The Associated Press National League Philadelphia at New York (night). Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (night. Chicago at St. Louis (night). (Only games scheduled). American League New York at Boston. Philadelphia at Washington (2) — (twilight-night. Detroit at Cleveland (night), St. Louis at Chicago (2). 1-0 Yesterday's results National League New York (i-t! Philadelphia (second game 11 innings'!. Pittsburgh G St. Louis 2 (night). (Only games scheduled. American League No games scheduled. Foutnern Association Mobile G New Orleans 0. (Only game scheduled). Texas Lraaue Tulsa 5 Dallas 3. Fort Worth 4 Oklahoma City 3 (13 innings i. Houston 9 Slu-eveport 1. Beaumont 4 San Antonio 3 (12 innings). BURNED FATALLY Shreveport, La., Sept. 7 — (,'P) — C. E. Ferguson, 35, Beat-den Ark., was burned fatally when a butane truck he was driving overturned and cnught fire near Dixie, La., yesterday. He died in a sanitarium here. Call 129 or 806 (nights) FOR — House Wiring, Repairs or anything Electrical. Set- us first. Allen Electric Co. Next Door to Saenger Theatre Phones 129 or 808 Special Notice For the Best in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning repairs Call 1280 Nights and Sunday 1231-J The Brewster Refrigeration Service has had 22 years exper- ieuce in all types Commercial and Domestic Refrigeration ami Air Conditioning. No Job too larcjt or too small. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE 119 Edsewood Ave. Phone 1280 "W« Go Anywhere Any Tlrn*" REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7C23 (phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 FOR SALE My five room, newly decorated home, near grade school. Reasonable. Call 310-W or see at 821 West 7th Street. PAXTON JORDAN FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Aiphalt Tile • Rubber Tllo ROY ALLISON Phone 280 ELECTRIC MOTORS REPAIRED and REBUILT Complete Stock of Parts. Berwick's Electric Service Phone 413 Hope, Ark. REFRIGERATION SERVICE .£ sssyjsfA^ssja ™«s-- "a&Tv.. o go South and live in thc homes )f Negroes until election time. Similarly, Eleanor the Great revealed no use for them except as cooks and porters until she started a career as a political parasite on the ancient party of Iho southern states. Her husband sold ots at Warm Springs containing the conventonal African exclusion clause. For ulterior reasons, principally reason or a milder form of treason amounting to a lingering, disappointed faith in Russia and in Roosevelt. Wallace commands a minor following in a few nnstcrn cities and, of course in Hollywood. The southern people, of purer citizenship and incomparably finer loyalty, might have been understood, though not so lllw ..- ._,. ione-iip on the Greenwood Dodgers tllo j' roped and shocd and carried j in the Shaughnessy playoff finals i down from the mountains." .... (of thc Cotton Slates League. The Bathers edged the Dodgers here last night in the first of thc finals. The Dodgers getting their two runs ,„,,..-,.,_. , . .. ,. ,111 the bottom of the second on a flock instead ^ tne mountings- ana al- Bather error. Aided by four error:; - - - • The seething American League pennant scramble reached the boiling point today as the runner-up New York Yankees invaded Boston for a night game that opens a three- I game series against the front-running Red Sox. Thc pressure is all on the Yanks of course, because the Red Sox now hold a game-and-a-half lead. In order to take over the lead during this series, New York must fill the large order of winning all j three games. Boston needs to lake! only one to be sure of still being | in first place when the defending! impion Yanks leave town It was expected that tonight's ' are- lighter would be a duel of right- . handers with Frank Shea <«-10» I Yanks and Joe Dob- Bo.ston. , ,, - Cleveland, four-and- a-half games off the pace, opens series at Detroit in BROADCASTING SYSTEM going for son (15-7 the for Third-place three-game another night game. Today's action Any team ! d °Pt- reports that Fullback Tom like All- | Cai 'Punier nnd End Warren Acker- i a looioau piayer HKO jui- ' —-' """ '-•"<•' »v«.mt.-ii /iei\ei - i fame ot the 21-ica Doak Walker, backed up ! nnn wo , nr sn ° cs only on the play- i tallied first, g almost all of the last season ! nH , llc . ltl -.- .- -They're from Hawaii'in (ho bottom __ ( instead of Vs i w;l >' s / ; '° barefoot a I. home. Kyle Rote, the top prospect in the j 1 .}' 0 } 11 Texas comes word th; conference among the new men. - yl Texas bristles with experience and power. Thc Longhorn line might well be its greatest in his-! llcl; ,! n - v . tnc ' tory. It will have speed, experience l"", 0 "";'" 1 , 1 ! ' e .P and will be massive. Keymen will ' ' )oe George Patrovich, giant tackle already boomed for All-America, and Dick Harris, who was All- America tackle last year and will be playing center this season. The backfield has speed and . finesse. Only thc question of whether Bobby Layne's passing | Bi • „, n can be replaced causes worry in ! "'"'«"-"» the Longhorn ranks. But everyone thinks Paul Campbell, a squaclman with much experience, will do the job. (lie speedy Lonehorn back, almost broke an ankl ">rming for photographers. . .And Billy Hot Springs came back in the top of the third for their three runs. injury is ".slight" reports say he may slowed for some time. half- I Hot Springs Per- i Greenwood •Of- i Strabs and but be iLandini. .003 000 000—3 020 000 000—2 Zini, Polonc/.yk 4 1 7 4 and Southern Club Nashville . Memphis Association readily pardoned, had some angry gang tumbled the cops aside and lynched him. The worst they did, however, ,vas to throw a few eggs and tomatoes and oven this harmless protest was the expression of only a few exuberant Crackers arbitral ily classified as trash. The custom of throwing eggs and garden truck at persons who appeal for public favor has dwindled in the years since the Cherry sisters cooly strung a net from the piosccnium, but it was standard practice not so long ago, and never harmful. No vrjcorcl exists of the death of any Hamlet or candidate from stoning with eggs, cabbage or tomatoes. They were eloquent but harmless. This was sound, native American custom. The pop bottle, on the other hand, is a deadly missile notorious in the major league cities all of which lie in the northeast quarter of the country. There were episodes in St. Louis, Detroit and Brooklyn, the last-named a stronghold of the Wallace adherence so dangerous that the baseball industry was obliged to issue paper cups, retaining the bottles in reliable custody. Indeed. I recall an evening al Madison Square Garden when a large knife thrown from some gallery and few who There arc quite a wouldn't be surprised if Texas Christian eased in with a championship. There are 28 lettermon at Horned Frogville, with a backfield boasting all-conference Pete Stout and pasising, running Lindy Berry. The line looks powerful despite loss of both regular tackles from last season. Arkansas is thc dark horse, spearheaded by Clyde Scott, one of the finest backs this conference ever saw. Thc fact that Arkansas has to play Texas at Austin and Texas Christian at Fort pushes strongly against the Razorbacks, but they meet Rice at Little Rock and Southern Methodist at Fayettevilie. Baylor has the most lettermen with 29. The Bears are expected Mobile New Orleans Atlanta Little Rock . Chattanooga to be much stronger than last sea- American League Club Boston New York Cleveland Philadelphia Detroit St. Louis Washington Chicago National League Club Boston Pittsburgh Worth I Brooklyn St. Louis New York Chicago Cincinnati Philadelphia o- ruggcd to 'be son but their schedule is and they are not expected title contenders. Coach Harry Stiteler is the most optimistic of. all at College Station where his Texas Aggies. 18 lettermen strong, are showing a great upturn in spirit. A. and M. to have a rock-ribbed should show more W. L. 90 57 88 53 81 CO 73 70 . G!5 79 05 80 . 03 79 frl 93 W. L. 94 48 81 50 78 53 74 59 . 02 04 50 77 . 49 83 . 44 30 W. L. 70 57 . (39 58 70 59 . 70 01 .. 09 01 . 56 75 . 55 74 .. 50 70 Pet. .012 .003 . ••; -, i 11 Fights Last Night 1 By The Associated Press New York—Jake La Motta, 16G, New York, stopped Burl Charity, 161. Youngstown, O. (5). Chicago—Bob Satterfield, 173, Chicago stopped Richard Hagan, 551 '19G. Chicago (9). 510 1 Los Angeles—Tommy Campbell, 403 11?,7, Rock Island, 111., outpointed .4-18 .444 .367 Pet. .031 .018 .595 .550 .492 .394 .371 .330 Rudy Cruz, 137, Los Angeles (10). By United Press Elizabeth, N. J.—Mike Decosmo, 146, Elizabeth, outpointed Ray Jackson 142 1-2, New York, (8). O Top U. S. Atomic Research Man Succumbs — (/P)— atomic C. Vanderbiit Aged 50, Weds Woman 23 Pet. Pasadena, Calif., Sept. 6 .571 One of the nation's top .543 scientists, Dr. Richard C. Tolman, .542 07, died yesterday of pneumonia. .534 Dr. Tolman, a facultly member .531 ot the California Institute of Tech- .427 nology, was scientific advisor to .420 the United States delegation to the .424 'United Nations Atomic Energy Commission. During the war he acted as Advisor to Maj. Gen. Leslie R. Groves, who headed the Manhattan project which developed the atomic bomb. 8:30 8:55 9:00 9:30 T - m the National; 10-00 League wn't be quite as hectic in'-15 will Boston's pace-making Braves and the third-place Brooklyn Dodgers enjoying a day off. The second-place Pirates attempt to tighten their hold on that slot in a night game at Cincinnati. Looking ahead in the American League, the schedule remains all in favor of the Cleveland Indians who have 23 games to play, 19 of [them at home. Only five of those games are against first division teams. The Red Sox have 24 games to go, 11 at home. The Yankees have 20 left and only three of those will be in the friendly confines of Yankee Stadium. Moreover, including the big series that starts Uxiny the Yanks and Red Sox must face each other eight times. In the national, 11 of the Braves' remaining 24 games are al home and Ihe fact that they have 27 days in which lo play helps because it means they can use their ace pitchers, Johnny Sain and Warren Spahn, perhaps a do/en times. The only action in the majors yesterdavi was in the National'and the outstanding development was the Pirates' seizure of second j place by a half-percentage point I over idle Brooklyn. It was old Fritz Ostermueller, the canny lefty who will be 41 years old on Sept. 15, who hurled the Pirates to a fi to 2 night win over the St. Louis Cards at Pills- burgh. Pitching a seven-hitter, Ostermueller lost his shutout in I the ninth inning when Don Lnng homered with Stan Musial aboard. Sid Gordon was the hitting hero as the Giants swept a doubleheader from the Phillies. G to 1 and 8 to 6, in Philadelphia. The New York third-baseman drove in three runs in the opening game, with his big wallop a double off the left field wall that M Wednesday p.m., Sept. 8 5:00 Mert's Record Session—M 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Adventure Parade—M 5:45 Tom Mix—M G:00 The Inside Story 0:15 News. Five-Star Final. 0:25 Gulf Sports Parade G:.'iO Nc-ws Comment—M (i:45 Fulton Lewis. Jr. 7:00 Special Agent—M 7:30 High Adventure—M I 7:55 Billy Rose—M 8:00 Gabriel Hoattcr—M -.»:15 Mutual Ncwsrcel—M Krskin Johnson's Story- Bill Henry, News—M Opinion Aire—M Lionel Hampton—M All the News—M Billy Bishop's Orch.—M 10:30 Tony Pastor's Orch.—M 10:55 Mutual News—M 11:00 Sign Off Thursday a.m., Sept. 9 5:58 Sign on A Hillybilly Hoc-down * Bargain Roundup News. First Edition Airlanc Trio Market Reports Farm Breakfast Program Melody Boys The- Devotional Hour Musical Clock News. Coffee Cup Edition Sunriso Serenade Bob Poole's Show—M According to the Record Cecil Brown—M Faith in Our Time—M J Say it With Music—M Passing Parade—M Victor H. Linciluhr—M Heart's Desire—M Kale Smith Speaks—M Kate Smith Sings—M O/.ark Valli.-v Folks—M 0:00 0:25 0:30 0:40 0:55 7:00 7: 15 7:30 7:45 7:55 8:00 8:80 8:55 9:00 9:15 9:30 10:00 10:15 10:30 11:00 11:15 11:30 Thursday p.m., Sept. 9 Greenwich, Conn., Sept. 7 —iTP)— [Cornelius Vanck-rbilt. Jr., 50-year- is c!uei 0 i c [ j l)Unla ]jst and lecturer, and nne and Mrs p alr ; c j a Murphy Wallace, 28, scoring punch . with the return of Jim Cushion, a fine quarterback and one expects A. and M'. lo higher than sixth, however. No of Los Angeles, Cailt 1 ., were mnr- Baseball TONIGHT'S BASEBALL ried here early today. By The Associated Press Southern Association . . i The ceremony was preformed by Atlanta at Little Rock (2). linisn Justice of the Peace John j". Birmingham at Memphis. |O'Brien, who served wilh Vander- Mobile at Chattanooga (2). in the 27th division during (All night games). World War One, before a few o the Second Hand Garden Tool m. Brussels —i7P;— A prehistoric ad- | tool which experts consider dates his j from 50,000 years before Christ, r- I has been discovered by Andre Marchul of Profondeville, near Dinant, as he was digging his 1 garden. Smith, a "nationalist" and on information and belief, a candidate like Wallace, for president of the United States, were to venture I similarly inlo the centers of the I strongest emotional opposition. I Parson Smilli is an orator of I enormous gas and effrontery and I like Wallace, he rloliuhts to stir' them up. He is said to be a Jew- Waiter. His trust of colored people seems almost as wild and he is a Irantic enemy of communism. In measuring the civilization and manners of the courteous 'people of Die South toward Henry Wallace, fairness requires consent o ihe appearance of Mr. Smilh in the Bronx, Brooklyn and Atlantic ity and in all the Negro (.'helloes of Hie north. His arguments and assertions Would be no more unreasonable or untruthful than Bubbk-head's have- been. Vet if he did try to emulate lacx> here the steady, highly lixed northern people would and might burn down most ot ,. couple of big cilies. Nut lo put a pretty look upon it. Smilb wouU be lynched lor trying to B™ exercise Legal Notice NOTICE Hope Transfer Company Moving and Storage Office Phone 314 Residence Phone . . . 231-J Nonce is hereby given Unit the; application of the Souiluve.sti.-rii ; ibcr Bell Telephone Company fur a general increase and adjustment of its rales in all the ' munieipaliues served by the Company in the Slate of Arkansas, and which application is now pi-iidin;; before Ihe Arkansas Public Service Commission, has been sel for further public hoaring before the Arkansas Public Service < ijiinuissiun in ils ofiiee.s in livj SluU- Capitol Bnikliii:;. in I.iiUt- Kock, Arkansas. Ix-ninning on September J-!, JU48, ;;.i 10:00 a. in. Any person. oorporalion or as.suciatiuii authorized lo cuiuplain lo UK- Commission may inter vet it- and be heard as an original lumv al the tune and place specified" in thlr iiolicr-. ARKANSAS PUBLIC SEHVICF. COMMISSION BY H. H. Mebaffy Secretary Sept. J, 8 Fort Worth Hat Cinched Texas League Pennant Dallas, Tex., Sept. B — (/|>) — i'oi-i Worth has cinched the Texas League's regular season pennant The Cats sewed up the title last night by edging Oklahoma City •1-3. iu thirteen innings. Tulsa assured itself second place bv downing Dallas, 5-3. 'Sanity Code' Weeds Out 15 Big 9 Athletes Chicago, Sept. i! — (./p, — Approx- I imatel.v 15 ineligible Bjj. Nine ' athli-H-:; -- a majority of them piayer.s -- have been out in "operation sanity Their rases and other matters of eligibility will be studied by the contereiiee faculty committee" Sunday in Chicago. 13 days before the rimieri-m-e grid .season opens. The c-omniiilee has delved info us concerning .scholarships i j | s "-',' aid dec-mud excessive, and eal-i -'. louse sweep Economic, Cleaning in Wj* History By DeWITT MacKENZIE yuan"; lo kill all forms of hoard- AP Foreign Affairs Analyst - ing and speculation lo build up China has started her economic popular confidence in the new and monetary house-cleaning currency. with r, visor which is calculated Governors, mayors and other to support the advance notices ; responsible officials throughout thai this is the biggest sweeping j the; country have been ordered to of dark cornel 1 !; the country ever I curry out the new instructions. has known. They've actually started sending members of the greatly privileged families to prison for violation nl tin- new regulations. Hut il isn't only Ihe "malrlactoi s o!' great wealth" who an- catching it. tor two government ullicials al- i reads' havi- HM-H scnU-nced In i death fur infraction nt the regti- llalions. and another is cooling } heels i" jail pending furtln.T Miun. Three rice incix-hanls i Manchuria huvv ln-eti :-:hot. | Of course these de\ i.-lopiDents 'may be merely an exempiilica- jiion of lln- old adu;;e that a IK-W highlighted a four-run rally in Ihe second inning. Then he Won th second inning. Then he won the second game in dramatic fashion when he clouted a two-run homer in the first half of the llth inning. Walker Coooer also shared hitting honors in this tilt, wilh a three- run homer earlier in the game. The double loss dropped the Phillies from sixth to last, place. ,, Q „.^ Slumping Cords Pick Up Options on 12 Players St, Louis. Sept. 7. —(UP)— The St. Louis Cardinals, in the midst of a slump which has dropped them to fourth place in the National League standings, toelay picked up the options on 12 players from four minor league farm teams. Only one of the players, Infielder Larry Miggins, was due to report to the Cards immediately. Mig- Cins, who has been playing with Omaha of the Western League, was lu arrive here today. Club officials- were undecided how many of the other 11 would be called up at the completion of their minor league seasons. 12: f)0 12:10 12: 15 12:30 12:35 12:45 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 2:45 3:00 3:15 3:30 3:45 4:00 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45 6:00 6:15 (1:25 0:30 6:45 7:00 7:30 7:55 8:00 8:15 8:30 9:00 9:30 10: 00 10:15 10:30 10:55 11:00 News. Home Edition Market Time Song of the Day Polka Interlude Farm Fair Checkerboard Jamboree—I^v Queen for a Day Golden Hone Chest—M Movie Matinee—M Woody & Virginia—M Carnival of Music Robert Hnrloigh—M The Johnson Family—M Time to I>;uico Two-Ton Baker—M Swing Time The Voice of the Army Mert's Record Session—M Superman—M Adventure Parade—M Tom Mix—M '* Rhythm & Reason News, Five .?-tar Final Gulf Sports Paracla News Comment—M Fulton Lewis, Jr. Talent Jackpot The Better Half—M Billy Rose—M Gabriel Heatter—M Mutual Newsreel—M Revere All Star Review—M Family Theatre—M Bill McCune's Orch.—M All the News—M „ Barclay Allen's Orch.—M • Blue Ban-on's Orch.—M Mutual News—M Sign-Of/ Top Programs By The Associated Press Central Standard Time Tuning tonight (Tuesday): NBC -- 7 Mel Tonne show; 7:30 Carmen Cavalloro Concert; 0 Meet Corliss Archer; 10:15 Morton Downey Song. fl CBS — 7 Mystery Theater; 7:30 Mr. and Mrs. North; !i:30 Hit the Jackpot: !) Cabin . B-13 drama; (1:30 Jack Fina Orchestra; 10:15 Walter Radius in "Report on Danube Conference." vestigations; i:!:3 OCharnber Music Danube Ciinference." ABC — 7:30 America's Among the players on recall was -meeting. Congressional Spy a member of the Cards famed vestigations• "" "gashouse gang," Outfielder Joe hour; 9:oO "Duckv" Medwick. Mcdwick has MBS — been playing for Houston of thc 0:30 The Loin Texas League. fender. Town In- ii:30 Chamber Music Whal Do People Think. 7 Mysterious Traveler.. Wolf; 9 Public De" U.S. Defense Aide of scholastic work performed. There will b<- no "explosion" if and when the lisl of ineligible aih- lete.s is revealed. All fuulball players on the list were noiiliod well in advance of fall practices which opened a week agu. an informant .said, and did not report. He said n j "biy inanse" players are in- Ked tissues ells bring oxygen to ;jf the huiniin body. his constitutional right to sneak his mind. But of course. Parson Smith would j:ut be allowed to speak his pieces in such neighborhoods. Unlike ilu- eivili/ed southern citizen, the must violent and insulting critics iff southern culture canno't take it and simply won't. Naturally the area most greatly i affected is the Shanghai-Nanking i/.oue v.'hieh is the center of big jbusines', and the government is !devoting fpeeial attention to op- jerationN there. j An interesting aspect of the situ- jalion is that the generalissimo's is'Mi, Major General Chiang Ching;Kuo, bus been placed in charge 'of the government's economic ! furce.s in Shanghai. And it is gen- j'Tal Chiang who is daring the I'iglitning in that all-important ; business center by cracking down ,on the big-money inerests. The :on thi-- big-mo)iev interests. The Uiuesliun naturally arises whether it- can gel away with it, de-spile lis government backing and the fact that he is the sun of China's t:ip man. We shall see in due course. The general seems to have his nerve with him because he himself announced the jailing of Tu Wei Ping, son of a Shanghai banker and industrialist, on a charge 'i! usiiu; advance knowledge of the icononiic reform to dump n the exchange for profit. Police cumiecU-d Ibis case with that of a secretary in the finance ministry at Nanking and he lias L'i-pi; arresled. This economic drive doesn't iriean (hat the campaign against 'be Chinese Communist rebels has been hailed. The military wheels continue to turn, though Uowly. As a matter of fact jt is .-said that the military situation hasn't changed greatly in Ihe past three months. HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured U. S. defense department aide, Maj.-Con. \V. D. . 8 Cairn 14 Interstices 15 Pulls up . Hi Grate 17 Apportion 19 Wind blast 20 Superlative Mjfli.x. 21 Rest 23 Follower' and division GO Places again Cl Hanging VERTICAL 1 Ancestor 2 Expunger 3 Repose 4 Soak 0 Chemical ' .sullix C Title , 7 Ooxe 8 Observes i) Hebrew deity 10 Tatter 24 Neon (.symbol) H Toiletry case '--:.- Compass point - r , wise adviser l-'o Symbol for sodium 28 Hither , 1!U Snares 31 Rends j 33 Grief 34 War god 35 Criminal 37 .Siren 40 Part of "be" 4,1 Niton (symbol) 42 Kve (Scot.) 43 Culling tool •14 Watering 1'lace 4G Girdles 51 Insect 52 Cultivate 54 Brain passage 55 Poker stake 5li Metallic element 58 He is chief ot tnt; 13 Natural fats 18 Toward 21 Takes oll'ense t!2 Lures 25 Eating tool 27 Eagle's nest ,'i() Boring tool 32 Swiss river 35 Speedier .'Id' Realm 3IJ Ohio city 39Ran;'e 45 Vestments 47 Directs 48 Street (ab.> 49 Assist 50 Great Lake 51 Handle 53 Falsehood 55 Help 57 Note of Guide's scale 59 Article

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